Monday, October 25, 2010

So Many Choices, So Little Time


ALL ROADS LEAD TO ATLANTA on November 12-13, 2010 for the 2010 Atlanta Family History Expos. I've been busy finalizing my travel plans and preparing for the upcoming expo and I am so thoroughly excited about attending this conference and meeting so many genealogists from around the country.

Conference Workshops. Part of my preparation has been examining the conference program to plan for the workshops I'd like to attend. This has been a challenging task with so many choices of workshops, and so little time. There will be only ten workshop sessions (nine room each session,) but since I will be conducting one during one of these time slots, that leaves me with only nine possibilities. So now my task is to PRIORITIZE and determine which nine workshops I need the most. Ah, Decisions, Decisions. I'm sure that other conference attendees are having this same dilemna.

My Workshop. I'm glad that I examined the conference program again because I see that my workshop, Let Your Voice Be Heard in the Digital Conversation, has been moved up to the Friday, 11:30 a.m. slot instead of Saturday at 2:30 p.m.


The focus of this workshop is on adding audio or voice messages to spice up text‐based communications in documents, emails, and Internet sites. This workshop will help participants discover free audio recording tools on their computers and guide them in understanding the added benefits of enhancing digital documents with audio and voice messages.



I am also excited that I will be a Blogger of Honor at this conference.


REMEMBER THAT ALL ROADS LEAD TO ATLANTA on November 12-13, 2010. Hope to see you at the conference.

3 comments:

Family History Expos said...

We are so happy to have you share your genealogy expertise as a speaker and Blogger of Honor. Thank you for being a part of our Expo family!

Cheryl Palmer said...

Enjoy Dru! I know you will! Can't wait to hear all about it!

pix2fix said...

Hi Dru - enjoy the conference; I know you'll do a great job.

Dick Eastman wrote earlier this week about a new product called "Timeless Footsteps" that will be one of the exhibitors at the Atlanta Expo. If you have time, check them out - I'm intrigued by the concept.
Dianne